How to Be Strategic on Social Media as a Freelancer

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How much time do you spend on social media every day?

If you’re a freelancer, chances are you’ve created at least one account on Twitter or Facebook with the intention to use it for work purposes.

You’re checking in every day to share a valuable article you stumbled upon or perhaps you’re not that active because you simply have no idea what you’re supposed to share with your followers.

Now, it doesn’t get any easier when everybody and their second best business buddy tell you how you NEED to have an online presence if you want to land clients and become visible online.

What they don’t tell you, however, is how much you need to be online, what you should be sharing and where.

Sure, social media is a fantastic way to interact with fellow designers, photographers, and writers. It’s the easiest and most convenient way to start conversations and become a part of an online community of like-minded people.

Apart from that, though, there’s another great reason you should be on social.

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How 7 Simple Website Tweaks Can Help You Get More Clients

18 min read

Raise your hand if you believe your website should be bringing in more clients.

I mean, it’s only natural, isn’t it?

You’ve put together a professional looking website, you’ve added your services and all you want is to start landing clients.

Imagine the disappointment when you don’t get any. When radio silence is all there is, even though you can see you get some visitors every now and then.

And you can’t help but wonder ... is it you? Is it something on your website that’s driving people away?

Even those few ones that actually make it to your portfolio page or click on your contact page, they just vanish into the dark night of the interwebs, never to be seen again.

When your website is brand new, landing clients can be a real challenge. And with the abundance of information you have online, you get the feeling that you need to be doing everything if you want to get somewhere. Anywhere.

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